Prince Harry meets with King Charles after monarch’s cancer diagnosis

By Ministerie van Defensie -, CC0, Wikimedia Commons

Prince Harry has arrived in London from California and met with his father after the King’s shocking cancer diagnosis.

The Duke of Sussex met the King at Clarence House briefly before His Majesty returned to Sandringham with Queen Camilla.

The King was spotted smiling in his car as he headed to Buckingham Palace after the meeting with his younger son.

The King had a treatment for an unknown cancer this morning and is said to be thankful it was caught early.

King Charles announced he has cancer on 5 February and was said to have personally called both his sons, William and Harry, to tell them the news.

Harry then decided to travel from his California home back to the UK to see his father. The Duchess of Sussex remained behind in Los Angeles with their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

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